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What is a major distinction between members of the upper-middle and the middle-middle classes?

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Upper middle class is represented in population with 14% while middle middle class is more numerous and it is represented in population with 30%. Upper middle class is comprised of people who are successful in business ventures, politics, military and professions. Upper middle class earn enough money to spend and save. They are well educated, have high goals for their children, and to not have international or domestic political power even though they participate in politics in their communities. Middle middle class include different type of people, farmers, small business owners, lawyers, teacher, clergy, etc. They income, which is the area of national average, does not allow them to live like upper middle class. Education also varies, some have high school while other have finished college. They participate in community politics, but not on the same level as upper middle class, but level below.

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